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Intel at CES 2024 Redefining Industries with AI Integration

Intel at CES 2024 Redefining Industries with AI Integration

Intel presents widespread AI integration, showcasing customer and partner traction, unveiling fresh mobile and desktop processors, and affirming dedication to the automotive sector at CES 2024.

At CES 2024, Intel will exhibit the recent launches of the 5th Gen Intel Xeon and Intel Core™ Ultra processors. The company will emphasize the potential of its technologies, combined with innovative and open software, in fostering artificial intelligence that can contribute to a more responsible, sustainable, and inclusive future.


Throughout the event, from Jan. 9-12 in Las Vegas, Intel executives will be engaged in discussions with key industry partners and customers. Delve into Intel’s technologies, the AI PC, and its significant role in democratizing AI accessibility worldwide. Additionally, Intel is to showcase the comprehensive lineup of the Intel Core™ 14th Gen mobile and desktop processors, introduced the new Intel Core™ Series 1 mobile processor family for high-performance mainstream thin-and-light mobile systems, and reaffirmed its commitment to aiding the automotive industry’s transition to a software-defined, sustainable, and scalable future.

The latest Intel Core 14th Gen HX-series mobile processors target gamers, creators, and professionals seeking high compute performance within the portability of a laptop. Spearheaded by the Intel Core i9-14900HX, featuring eight performance cores (P-cores) and 16 efficient cores (E-cores), this series offers robust connectivity and exceptional single- and multi-thread performance. Notably, the Intel Core™ i7-14700HX processors within this series boast a 50% increase in creator performance due to 50% more E-cores.

Key features of the new processor family include:

  • Up to 5.8 GHz turbo frequency, delivering up to 17% improved gaming performance and 51% faster multitasking performance compared to competitors2.
  • Availability of up to 24 cores (eight P-cores, 16 E-cores) and 32 threads in the i9-14900HX processors.
  • The i7-14700HX processors now offer 20 cores (eight P-cores, 12 E-cores) and 28 threads, showcasing a 50% increase in E-cores.
  • Support for up to 192 gigabytes (GB) of total DDR5-5600 mega transfers/second (MT/S) memory.
  • Overclocking capabilities are supported on HX series processors, including Intel Extreme Utility (XTU) and Intel Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) support3.
  • Introduction of Intel Application Optimization (APO) support on the HX series, featuring support for six new gaming titles (eight total) since the initial Intel Core 14th Gen desktop launch in October 20234.
  • Thunderbolt™ 5 capabilities offer 80 gigabits per second (Gbps) of bi-directional bandwidth, with bandwidth boost providing up to 120 Gbps, three times the speed of current solutions.
  • Enhanced wireless features, including integrated Intel Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+) and optional discrete Intel Wi-Fi 7 (5 Gig) for accelerated speeds, wired-like responsiveness, and reliability.
  • Bluetooth 5.4 and Bluetooth 5.3 support for superior multi-device connectivity and performance.

The Intel Core 14th Gen HX-series, codenamed Raptor Lake Refresh, targets enthusiasts seeking remarkable performance in notebooks. Roger Chandler, Vice President and General Manager of Enthusiast PC and Workstations, highlighted the HX-series’ connectivity prowess and its top-tier model, the Intel Core i9-14900HX, boasting 24 cores, 32 threads, and a turbo frequency up to 5.8 GHz. The series also amplifies creator performance with a 50% E-core increase for the Intel Core i7-14700HX processors.

Expanding its desktop offerings, Intel introduced 18 new processors under the Intel Core 14th Gen lineup, catering to mainstream PC users and various business verticals. The desktop processors promise up to 5.8 GHz turbo frequency, delivering up to 37% faster multi-thread performance and 7% better Microsoft Office performance than the previous generation. Key highlights include support for up to 192 GB DDR5-5600/DDR4-3200 MT/S memory and continued compatibility with existing Intel 600- and 700-series-based motherboards.

Simultaneously, Intel rolled out the Intel Core U Processor Series 1, focusing on efficiency and balanced performance for thin-and-light systems. The series encompasses processors offering up to 5.4 GHz turbo frequency, Thunderbolt 4 universal connectivity, PCIe Gen 4.0 support, and Bluetooth 5.4/5.3 compatibility for enhanced connectivity and performance in mainstream mobile devices.

Frequently Asked Questions about Intel at CES 2024

1. What was Intel’s main focus at CES 2024?

Intel’s main focus at CES 2024 was on bringing “AI Everywhere” to consumers and businesses. The company highlighted how its technologies, including the AI PC, can enable responsible, sustainable, and inclusive AI solutions for various applications.

2. What new products did Intel announce at CES 2024?

Intel announced several new products at CES 2024, including:

14th Gen Intel Core mobile processors: These new processors come in two lines: the HX-series for gamers and creators who need top performance and the U-series for mainstream users.

14th Gen Intel Core desktop processors: Intel expanded its desktop processor lineup with new 65-watt and 35-watt processors for mainstream users and businesses.

Intel Core mobile processor Series 1: This new family of processors is designed for performant mainstream thin-and-light laptops.

3. What did Intel say about its commitment to the automotive industry?

Intel reiterated its commitment to the automotive industry at CES 2024. They showcased their latest automotive technologies, including Mobileye driver assistance systems and Ponte Vecchio accelerators for in-vehicle computing.

4. What are the Intel CES 2024 Conference Talks?

Intel is bringing powerful discussions and insights to CES 2024. CEO Pat Gelsinger will be part of a keynote session on Tuesday, Jan. 9, at 5 p.m. PST, discussing the crucial roles of silicon and software in advancing AI accessibility and compute performance. This keynote is open to CES badge holders, with a live stream available at,,, or the CES app.

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